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Kodomo Miraikan, Kyoto

Kodomo Miraikan, Kyoto – Free Indoor Playcenter

Kodomo Miraikan (こども未来館) in  Kyoto is a government run community center which has a super fun free indoor play area, family friendly casual restaurant for lunch and a library. It is conveniently located in central Kyoto and opens at 9:00, so perfect for kids who are up and ready early!Kodomo Miraikan, Kyoto – Free Indoor Playcenter

Kodomo Miraikan, KyotoKodomo Miraikan, Kyoto – Free Indoor Playcenter

The play area is organized for crawlers and walkers, although kids can roam freely. Just remember to remove your shoes and wear socks with no holes. There is a large climbing structure with slides, a wooden ball pit, a play kitchen area and random toys. Great place to spend 1-2 hours on a poor weather day. The center also has a family restaurant where you can order traditional Japanese kids’ lunch foods like hamburgers with gravy, home-rice, spaghetti and more. Outside the center is a huge sanded ground area where you can play catch or run around. We stayed 2 hours and enjoyed every minute for free!Kodomo Miraikan, Kyoto

Kodomo Miraikan, Kyoto

Kodomo Miraikan, KyotoAddress: 601-1 Sanbongi, Takeyamachi, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto (京都市中京区間之町通竹屋町下る楠町601-1)
Phone: 075-254-5001
Business Hours: Open everyday 9:00 – 18:00 (closes 17:00 on Sundays and National Holidays)
Cost: Play area is free
Access: 3 min walk from Marutamachi Station or 7 min walk from Karusuma Oike Station
Website:こども未来館 (Japanese only)
Note: Located on first floor, very stroller and wheelchair friendly.
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Kodomo Miraikan, Kyoto – Free Indoor Playcenter

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